6.0+ magnitude earthquakes strike Gulf of California and Banda Sea

October 8, 2012 CALIFORNIAA magnitude 6.0 earthquake has shaken the Gulf of California coast in Mexico, but there are no reports of damage. The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake hit at 11:26 p.m. Sunday local time (2:26 a.m. Monday EST; 0626 GMT) was centered 63 miles (102 kilometers) southwest of Los Mochis. Local officials reported some panic, but no known damage. –Sac Bee 
Strong  earthquake strikes Banda Sea: An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.3 struck off the southeastern Indonesia coast Monday evening, the US Geological Survey said. The epicenter of the quake, which occurred at 6:43 pm Monday (1143 GMT), was located in the Banda Sea 139 km (86 miles) southeast of the town of Ambon, USGS reported. It took place at a depth of 34 km. –Bangkok Post
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2 Responses to 6.0+ magnitude earthquakes strike Gulf of California and Banda Sea

  1. Nikkoale says:

    Some interesting shaking on our side of the Ring of Fire. I happened to notice last night within the hour that the mag. 6 in the Gulf of California happened. Also, “red” were three other eqs: farther north a 3.3 in Baja California about 20 minutes before, then a 2.9 at Baja two minutes after the 6.0 and a minute later a 3.8 in Utah near an extinct volcano.

  2. Laurie says:

    why are alot of them occuring in the sea? i’m don’t know much about this kind of stuff will these big ones spread to land?

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